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captain yesterday wrote:
I think bratwurst are disgusting.

GothBard says you are dead to her.

And somewhere, somewhen, somehow, Lisamarlene's soul is screaming in anguish...


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captain yesterday wrote:
I think bratwurst are disgusting.

I had two this afternoon, smothered in sauerkraut and onions... lol


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Also jello makes me throw up, I can't even watch someone else eat it.


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I haven't eaten a hot dog in over 20 years.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I am scared of horses.

That's healthy. Nothing can be that big and subsist on an all-plant diet. Sure, ranchers cover the killings up by faking UFO abductions, chupacabra attacks, Bigfeet... but it's all horses. HORSES!!!!

The Truth Is Out There. And It Has Hooves.

I didn't know this was qubblemuchs alias until I checked but I strongly suspected it.


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I find sauerkraut disgusting. I'm not embarrassed by this I just needed to say it out loud somewhere again.


When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.


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MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.

Ouch.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I find sauerkraut disgusting. I'm not embarrassed by this I just needed to say it out loud somewhere again.

I also find sauerkraut disgusting.

However, I quite enjoy coleslaw and will often form a strong opinion of a cook or a restaurant based largely on how they prepare coleslay. No, no, no oranges or apples in your coleslaw. And I will f!cking fork you if I find a Cos'damned raisin in there.


captain yesterday wrote:
Also jello makes me throw up, I can't even watch someone else eat it.

The best uses of jello anymore are making jello poke cake and orange dreamsicle pie.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I am scared of horses.

I have a crippling phobia of roaches, to the point where I scream if I see one unexpectedly.


Tender Tendrils wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I am scared of horses.
I have a crippling phobia of roaches, to the point where I scream if I see one unexpectedly.

I bet you keep a clean house.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Also jello makes me throw up, I can't even watch someone else eat it.
The best uses of jello anymore are making jello poke cake and orange dreamsicle pie.

Popsicles are a no go for me, especially orange, you might as well call it triaminic flavored.

Yuck!


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Tender Tendrils wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I am scared of horses.
I have a crippling phobia of roaches, to the point where I scream if I see one unexpectedly.

I highly advise staying out of Florida then. If roaches get to you, you do not want to see a palmetto bug. Do not Google them either.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I highly advise staying out of Florida then. If roaches get to you, you do not want to see a palmetto bug. Do not Google them either.

Palmetto bugs look like they escaped from a secret Monsanto genetic facility, where scientists are trying to breed roaches that can be used as pack animals.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.
Ouch.

It's so much easier living in Canada, where there are only 12 in total and most of them are pretty big.

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MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.

Don't worry, I wouldn't be able to place a single one.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I haven't eaten a hot dog in over 20 years.

Your body is probably better for it.

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I highly advise staying out of Florida then. If roaches get to you, you do not want to see a palmetto bug. Do not Google them either.

I live in Houston, where I am regularly the hero of my family because I will confront any cockroaches, living or dead. Undead, too, I guess; I'll let you know.

Anyway, so of course I Googled "palmetto bug." They are... substantial.


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The Sideromancer wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.
Ouch.
It's so much easier living in Canada, where there are only 12 in total and most of them are pretty big.

I misunderstood this as there being only 12 huge palmetto bugs in Canada.


Freehold DM wrote:
The Sideromancer wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.
Ouch.
It's so much easier living in Canada, where there are only 12 in total and most of them are pretty big.
I misunderstood this as there being only 12 huge palmetto bugs in Canada.

The opposite of Snowbirds.


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*scurry*


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I compulsively hijack discussions. I should be more than just slightly embarrassed, but my shamuary gland is mis-shappen. Or I don't have enough shametones in my system. Something like that.


I also couldn't tie my shoes till a ridiclously late age.

I still use the bunny ears method for tying them.


If you saw my original post I was the same way. And I use the bunny ears method still.


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I just had a vision of one of them kids today, with their shoelaces all untied, on their cell phones trying to contact tech support...


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Somewhere in the world is a computer illiterate monkey that is more computer literate then I am.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Somewhere in the world is a computer illiterate monkey that is more computer literate then I am.

I hear they write Shakespeare.


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I didn't get my drivers license until I was 23.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Somewhere in the world is a computer illiterate monkey that is more computer literate then I am.
I hear they write Shakespeare.

Liiiiiieeeessss...


Just a Mort wrote:
MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.
Don't worry, I wouldn't be able to place a single one.

I bet you could place Texas.

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Infinite monkeys can produce all the works of Shakespeare!

And no, I couldn't place Texas, I screwed up that bad. I mixed Texas with Florida lol.


Just a Mort wrote:

Infinite monkeys can produce all the works of Shakespeare!

And no, I couldn't place Texas, I screwed up that bad. I mixed Texas with Florida lol.

Well least you have the excuse of not living on this continent.

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Sometimes, two people become one in my head. I once asked a guy about his dog. Turned out I had him completely mixed up with someone that kinda looks like him.


I am permanently scarred in a sensitive area due to allergies heretofore that moment I was unaware.

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I pounced on someone from the back thinking that person was my friend.

Gee. What can you say about cats?


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I've never actually flipped a table. I've done the other thing, though.


captain yesterday wrote:
I didn't get my drivers license until I was 23.

Ah, but when did you start driving?


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Woran wrote:
Sometimes, two people become one in my head.

Cool! Can you teach me how you-

Woran wrote:
I once asked a guy about his dog. Turned out I had him completely mixed up with someone that kinda looks like him.

Nevermind. I thought you had a psionic power to Brundlefly/Cronenberg people.


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I am 37 yro. Tomorrow will be the first time I have ever attempted to make chili.

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Just a Mort wrote:
MageHunter wrote:
When challenged I was only able to accurately place 11 out of 50 US states on a map.
Don't worry, I wouldn't be able to place a single one.

I was a geography savant when I was in 1st/2nd/3rd grade. There were very few countries I couldn't immediately name the capital of when asked.

But then people found out they could flummox me by asking about the capital of Tahiti....
^
the embarrassing part

I had no idea I lived in a country where most people had problems with geography until circa middle school - and it still feels a bit like 'WTF, how could you have trouble with THIS???'.


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I'm 42 and have yet to attempt such a feat, though that's mostly because (gasp!) I hate chili.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I didn't get my drivers license until I was 23.
Ah, but when did you start driving?

Other then drivers ed, when I was 23.

My brother dropped the clutch on my parents car right before I turned 16 so I didn't ever get to actually drive unless it was the drivers ed car.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I am 37 yro. Tomorrow will be the first time I have ever attempted to make chili.
I'm 42 and have yet to attempt such a feat, though that's mostly because (gasp!) I hate chili.

I have been extremely unenthused by chili, ranking it somewhere around meatloaf. I will eat it if I'm very hungry and there is family/peer pressure to partake in it (like when Mom makes it); otherwise, I avoid it. Mom and Dad love it (and meatloaf).

I'm going through a couple dozen recipes today and attempting to Frankenstein/Brundlefly a chili recipe with some Cos'damned flavor, yet still mild enough not to freak out Mom's & Dad's tastebuds.


I love chili. And meatloaf.


I will eat anything other than grits, okra or liver.


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It's the beans Marty! Everyone uses way too many f+%*ing beans!


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When I was a child, I was so painfully shy that I ended up in many quite miserable situations, the most memorable being:

At the Fourth of July picnic in the park, there was a snow cone stand. I loved snow cones, so I got some money from my father and dutifully stood in line. And after waiting maybe 10-15 minutes I finally got to the front and the cashiers ignored me, as did the people behind me. So I just stood there in shock, money in hand, as I was too terrified to speak up and hence could not get a snow cone, since no one cared about the little boy in their midst.

I started sobbing and went back to my father, who proceeded to tell me that it was my own fault for not speaking up for myself. Thanks, Dad!

So yeah, if you ever wonder why I'm the over-the-top, has-no-shame person I am today, look to my childhood. Shyness sucks.


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Freehold DM wrote:
I will eat anything other than grits, okra or liver.

Just slide those over onto my plate.

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I will eat anything other than grits, okra or liver.
Just slide those over onto my plate.

Keep the liver, but I don't mind grits, and grew up with the occasional spear of jarred hot pickled okra.


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Ihiyc can have all my okra and grits, cal can have my liver.

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